Originally Released March 29, 2011 - 81 mins
In 1975 Steven Spielberg was an up-and-coming director, working in TV but having a critically acclaimed theatrical hit with his film Duel, but after adapting the Peter Benchley novel Jaws for the big screen in a troubled production that has become film legend, Spielberg would cement his place as an A-list director, the summer blockbuster was born, and families never looked at a trip to the beach the same way again. But with the film now being over 35 years old and a pop culture cliche, do Stuart, Arnie, and Brock think the film holds up? Donate to Now Playing to find out!
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